OSHA requires the development of a comprehensive site safety program for many regulatory standards under 29 CFR.
Accurate and complete communication of these requirements is critical to the successful operation of any Company. This is particularly true in the case of safety-critical systems, where incomplete or incorrect communication has the potential to result in serious injury or death.
And the statistics show why: on average, 16 workers die each day from injuries sustained at work in the U.S. And in nearly all fatal accidents, poor communication has been found to be an element that contributed to the death of an employee.
Compliance is not just voluntary: OSHA requires the development of a comprehensive site safety program for almost all organizations in the US. And non-compliance can be costly - not just in lives - but in fines!Learning Objectives
This program can assist HR Personnel, Managers, Supervisors, and Employees in increasing safe behaviors. Learning Objectives include:
How This Training Will Help Improve Your Safety Program
- How To Communicate Safety Effectively
- How Effective Communication Improves Workplace Safety
- Supervisor Responsibilities Regarding Safety
- Introduce The Appraisal Process As It Applies To The Safety Program
Effective Workplace Communication is critical if a safety program is to meet or exceed goals in accident prevention and reduction. This course will:
Who Should Attend
- Show How Effective Communication Results In A Safer Workplace
- Show How Effective Communication Results In Higher Productivity
- Develop Improved Attitudes Toward Work And Employee Safety
- Develop Improved Behaviors As A Result Of Improved Attitudes
- Reduce Injury and Illness Rates
- Improve Employee Efficiency
- Improve Employee Retention
Effective implementation of the safety program requires support from numerous key personnel. Attendees should include:
About Your Speaker
- Personnel Who Interact With Other Employees Regarding Workplace Safety
- Human Resource Personnel
- Safety Committee Members
- Corporate Managers
- Department Managers
- First Line Supervisors
- Facility Engineers and Production Specialists
- Lead Production Personnel
- Accident Investigation Team Members
Rory K. Rogan has been active in the field of Occupational Health and Safety and Emergency Management since 1976. He is an accomplished writer, motivational speaker, and technical training instructor.
Mr. Rogan has authored over 160 training courses relating to safety and emergency management, has developed corporate safety programs for nearly the entire spectrum of OSHA compliance areas, and has conducted hundreds of training seminars and taught thousands of students during his 30 year career.
Rory has degrees in Safety Engineering and Emergency Program Management. He served 21 years in the United States Air Force as a Safety Officer with his last four years as the senior military liaison between civilian contractors developing safety equipment for the USAF and the Defense Management Agency for Acquisitions.PHR \ SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.